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How To Create And Manage Docker Networks On Ubuntu Linux


How To Create And Manage Docker Networks On Ubuntu Linux

Out of the box, Docker creates three networks:
bridge – An automatically generated network with a subnet and a gateway.
host – Allows a container to attach to the host’s network.
none – A container-specific network stack that lacks a network interface.

In this video, I will show you how you can manage and create your own docker networks.

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